Biden Slams Trump’s Immigrant Comments, Likening Rhetoric to Hitler’s

Biden’s Jab at Trump’s Immigration Comments

During an address at the Wisconsin Black Chamber of Commerce in Milwaukee, President Joe Biden took a swipe at former President Donald Trump, using the opportunity to contrast his economic policies with those of his predecessor.

Biden referenced recent controversial comments made by Trump about immigrants, aligning them with racist and xenophobic undertones.

Trump’s Controversial Comments and Responses

Trump faced backlash for his remarks in New Hampshire, where he accused illegal migrants of ‘poisoning the blood of our country.’

These comments drew comparisons to Adolf Hitler’s rhetoric, prompting Trump’s defense during a subsequent event in Iowa, where he denied reading Hitler’s Mein Kampf but reiterated his stance on immigrants, emphasizing illegal border crossings and alleging a lack of oversight.

Trump’s Reinforcement of Anti-Immigrant Sentiments

During the Iowa rally, Trump further reinforced his anti-immigrant sentiments, emphasizing the record number of illegal border crossings and highlighting his concerns about immigrants coming from various parts of the world.

He praised the U.S. Border Patrol while criticizing the alleged constraints on their duties, expressing his belief that immigrants are damaging the nation’s fabric and posing health risks.

Biden’s Response and Previous Condemnation

Biden’s campaign team had previously condemned Trump’s comments, equating them to Hitler’s rhetoric and highlighting instances where Trump praised figures like Kim Jong Un and Vladimir Putin.

Biden’s recent jab at Trump’s inflammatory remarks aligns with his campaign’s denouncement of the ex-president’s controversial statements.

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